Titolo: THE GREAT MAGOO - TYPESCRIPT 0CTOBER 12, ...
Data di pubblicazione: 1932
Legatura: PRINTED PAPER WRAPPERS
Condizione libro: FINE CONDITION
Edizione: TYPESCRIPT STORY TREATMENT.
Tipologia articolo: TYPESCRIPT
172 PAGES ON RECTOS ONLY. LIGHT BLUE PRINTED PAPER STAPLED COVERS. TYPESCRIPT ENTITLED "NEW MATERIAL" ,"THE GREAT MAGOO" BY BEN HECHT AND GENE FOWLER. "TO BE CONSIDERED AT THE PRODUCTION STAFF MEETING FRIDAY OCTOBER 21, 1932. THE PLAY WAS PRESENTED NOVEMBER 18, 1932 AND PREMIERED AT THE SELWYN THEATER, NEW YORK CITY, NY, DECEMBER 2, 1932. SURVIVED 11 PERFORMANCES ONLY. IN A CUSTOM MADE CLOTH COVERED ARCHIVAL CLAMSHELL BOX. THE PLAY WAS LAMBASTED BY THE CRITICS. THE PLAY EVENTUALLY RESULTED IN THEIR BOOK "THE GREAT MAGOO" THAT WAS PUBLISHED IN THE FOLLOWING YEAR, 1933. BY COVICI-FRIEDE, INC. Size: 8 1/2" x11". Codice inventario libreria 222186
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